‘At Sainte-Justine, ensuring the welfare of our kids is among our responsibilities and can be a testimony to the huge respect we have for our individuals,’ mentioned Fabrice Brunet, Executive Director of the CHU Sainte-Justine. ‘Bringing a individual dimension to health care is something we strive to perform daily,’ he added. ‘Quebec is a land of plenty, thus we have a moral obligation to ensure that every baby collectively, adolescent and kid is clear of poverty, hunger, suffering and disease. We owe this to our children, our most vulnerable citizens,’ says Dr. Harvey Guyda, Associate Executive Director of The Montreal Children’s Medical center.The significant increase in the proportion of survivors with discharge locations other than house may indicate a tendency toward poorer neurologic and useful outcomes among patients undergoing CPR who survive to discharge. However, this trend might be confounded by a shortening in the length of inpatient hospitalizations through the scholarly study.30 The associations of older age, male sex, and an increased burden of chronic illness with poorer survival are not surprising. Our discovering that residence in an experienced nursing facility before admission was associated with poorer survival provides additional evidence that chronic disease affects outcomes after CPR. Our finding that CPR in a smaller hospital or a nonmetropolitan hospital was connected with higher survival was unexpected, although residual confounding by severity of acute illness is likely, provided our inability to assess this element.